Google is offering data credit to Chromebook Pixel LTE owners

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Last night, we published a report that the Chromebook Pixel LTE was having its free data shut off. The Verizon service users were promised a certain amount of data for two years, but it ended up being shut off after 12 months. Google is offering users a credit for their trouble. Google is offering anyone affected with a $150 credit.

“While this particular issue is outside of our control, we appreciate that this issue has inconvenienced some of our users,” said Google in a statement.

The credit will be available in the form of a Visa gift card, which can be used for anything you want. The credit will come to users who have reached out to Play Support about the issue. Google will not be sending them out to all owners so you will have to initiate the process.

Verizon said that they are looking into the matter and they are searching for a solution. Google quickly reacted to the negative press and offered a solution though.

[Source: ComputerWorld]

 

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